Blue Pill Wl 91 And B

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Updated 7 years ago in Benadryl.
Thu, Dec 03 '09, 5:08 PM
wl 91 b
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Blue capsule ...
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Sat, Jun 21 '08, 7:43 PM
long blue coated pill with WL 91 B other side
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I found this in my kids drawer and would like anybody who may know what these are. They are not scored, they are long (rectangular) with B on one side, and WL 91 on the other. (Unless I'm reading it upside down, and its 16 7M ) Please tell me if anyone has seen or heard of these. Thank you. Debi ## I am having a difficult time locating any matches. Is there any other markings on the pill? Any more information you give me will help me better in locating the right pill. Does anyone else have an idea? Please post back if you do. ## It's Benadryl (Max Str) ...
Updated 8 years ago in Benadryl.
Wed, Sep 09 '09, 12:05 PM
wl 91
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oblong blue pill with wl 91 on one side and su pe on the other ## This is a Benadryl Cold and Allergy tablet, and over the counter item containing Pseudophedrine, diphenhydramine, and Acetaminophen. ## This is almost correct. It is actually a Sudafed PE nighttime cold pill. it contains: Acetaminophen, Diphenhydramine HCl, and Phenylephine HCl (a Pseudophedrine substitute) ...
Updated 7 years ago in Benadryl.
Fri, Jun 18 '10, 10:50 PM
what pill is this?
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It is light blue, oval shaped and has WL 91 printed on one side. ## benadryl maximum strength server allergy and sinus headache pills are light blue and oval shaped with WL 91 printed on one side and the other side has a B ## i dont know ## Since this is an OTC item, I cannot confirm that. ## The pill is red on one end, then silver/gey in the middle, then purple on the other end. It contains: Acetaminophen 325 mg, Phenylephrine HCI 5 mg, and Dextromethorphan HBr 10 mg. I was told it was a cold medicine. Please help me identify it. ## I am sorry if I hurt anyone, but even though I am rather "new", I am becoming upset when that question comes up (and believe me, It's always here from someone). Now the "hard part". If you are not sick it would be more productive to this... ...
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Tue, Jun 07 '16, 5:22 PM

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